Vietnamese Rose & DelentiiCochine
Capturing the freshness of newly cut flowers, this fragrance has a light and delicate tone, combining top notes of Rose and Bergamot with hints of Violet, Rosewood and the scented orchid, Delentii. The Delentii orchid is indigenous to Vietnam, where it was discovered by a Frenchman in the early 20th century. He transported it back to his home country and it was subsequently named after a Parisian botanist. It flowers for only 2 months a year and is treasured for its delicate fragrance.
Containing the finest essential oils, Cochine reed diffusers will visually and aromatically give your room a unique and subtle elegance. Arrange between 4 and 8 rattan reeds into the bottle of essential oil and let them absorb the oil to create a perfect background scent for your home.
The rattan reeds can be left unattended or you can remove the reeds and replace the stopper for occasional use. Inverting the reeds or increasing the number of reeds will strengthen the fragrance.
- Cochine diffusers lasts 3-4 months.
- Diffusers provide a perfect background scent for your home, you can adjust the fragrance strength by adding/removing reeds.
- Arrange between 4 and 8 reeds depending on the size of the room and fragrance strength desired.
- We recommend turning the reeds every week to refresh the fragrance. High fragrance content means you only need a few reeds to perfectly scent a room.
Unscrew the silver collar, carefully remove the plastic stopper and then replace the silver collar. Insert between 4 and 8 reeds (depending on the strength of fragrance desired) into the essential oil. The reeds will absorb the fragrance to perfectly scent your room. The rattan reeds can be left unattended or you can remove the reeds and replace the stopper for occasional use. Inverting the reeds or increasing the number of reeds will strengthen the fragrance. Do not light the reeds. Flammable. Keep away from flame or high heat.